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MHajduk



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MHajduk
Mahaleb cherry (Prunus mahaleb)

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Blooming sour cherry (Prunus cerasus).

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Post 03 May 2016, 16:45
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YONG



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YONG
The elephant's ears are unique. Very nice photos.

Wink
Post 04 May 2016, 01:09
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shoorick



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he-he! very nice! so rich nature, so i won't be surprising if MHajduk post foto of elephant in his garden soon Wink
Post 04 May 2016, 12:24
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MHajduk



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YONG wrote:
The elephant's ears are unique. Very nice photos.

Wink
Yes, bergenia is a truly decorative and hardy plant however its leaves often can be damaged by vine weevil, a small insect that is a pest also for many other garden plants. Smile
shoorick wrote:
he-he! very nice! so rich nature, so i won't be surprising if MHajduk post foto of elephant in his garden soon Wink
Haha, we have many animals here but of "elephants" we have only the weevil called in Polish "Słonik orzechowiec" i.e. if we translated it directly to English it would be something like "hazelnut elephant" (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Curculio_nucum) which is named this way due to the elongated snout that may somehow look like elephant's trunk. Wink
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shoorick



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he-he Smile we also have similar nanoelephant here, we call him simply "słonik" Smile
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MHajduk



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Five o'clock tea. Wink

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Post 05 May 2016, 15:29
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YONG



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YONG
The tea reminds me of two things:

1. some converging lens ray diagram, and

2. dust is everywhere.

Nice photo.

Wink
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i am curious, how big is this tea cup?
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MHajduk



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MHajduk
YONG wrote:
The tea reminds me of two things:

1. some converging lens ray diagram, and

2. dust is everywhere.

Nice photo.

Wink
Very good observations, indeed. Smile
sleepsleep wrote:
i am curious, how big is this tea cup?

It's a Smoked Jumbo Cup Arcoroc 600 ml but here, in the aforementioned photo, we can see only about 500 ml (= 0.5 l) of tea, a typical "dose" of tea I drink at once. Wink
Post 06 May 2016, 07:06
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MHajduk



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A specimen of Lamium purpureum (commonly known as red/purple dead-nettle) among forget-me-not flowers.

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MHajduk



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A couple of closeup shots of a specimen of Lamium album, commonly called white nettle or white dead-nettle.

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Post 08 May 2016, 11:21
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shoorick



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tea cup exposition is very nice! Smile
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MHajduk



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Flowers of Bergenia.

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Closeup shots of a blooming lilac (Syringa vulgaris).

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MHajduk



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Lily-of-the-valley (Convallaria majalis).

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Post 13 May 2016, 13:30
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MHajduk



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Withering tulip.

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Post 13 May 2016, 13:32
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YONG



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MHajduk wrote:
Withering tulip.
Did you dye the yellow petals with some red paint? Rolling Eyes Wink
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MHajduk



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YONG wrote:
MHajduk wrote:
Withering tulip.
Did you dye the yellow petals with some red paint? Rolling Eyes Wink
No, it's a natural effect. Smile This kind of colour pattern on the flower petals is called "variegation".

Here you have a variegated, red-and-yellow tulip:

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MHajduk



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Another example of a blooming lilac.

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A fly on the flowers of the lilac.

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Post 14 May 2016, 16:15
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MHajduk



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A variegated pink tulip.

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Post 14 May 2016, 16:36
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Walter



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MHajduk, what kind of equipment are you using to get these great photos?
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